Health Care of the Elderly: An Information Sourcebook

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Marilyn D. Petersen, Diana L. White
SAGE Publications, Mar 1, 1989 - Social Science - 576 pages
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The literature focusing on major barriers to health care of the elderly is critically reviewed in this book. Each chapter focuses on a specific problem, examining in depth the existing information on a particular area of concern.

Following an explicit and rigorous methodology known as `information synthesis', contributors examine three categories of issues: elements, organization and delivery services in the long-term care system; social support programmes for the elderly; and clinical care issues and physician education.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
7
CLINICAL CARE ISSUES
22
An Information Synthesis Approach
26
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Margaret Manoogian-O'Dell is a doctoral student focusing her academic work in family gerontology and women studies. She has spent the last 15 years working directly with undergraduate and graduate students in cocurricular and advising functions and has taught family studies and adult development and aging courses to undergraduates. Her current research concerns older women and intergenerational relationships.

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